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Music (feature film)

1.
Helen (2009)
A law professor grapples with depression and married life.
2.
Going Under (2006)
Peter, a psychotherapist, and Suzanne, a professional dominatrix, have been meeting once a week for over two years. In the privacy of a dungeon room in an S & M house, Suzanne delicately pierces, prods and ultimately soothes Peter as they engage in sensual dominance and submission reenactments. Pete
3.
Domino (2005)
The daughter of respected matinee idol Lawrence Harvey and model-turned-socialite Sophie Wynn, Domino Harvey was born into a life of wealth and privilege--a lifestyle that did not interest her. Even from her earliest years, Domino rebelled against convention and the jet set. At the tender age of eight, her beloved father passed away and her mother looked to the stability of boarding school in a misguided attempt to tame her wild child. But nothing could repress Domino's fiery nature--not friendships, not school, not her mother's high society. Even the extraordinary excesses paraded before her during a brief stint at modeling paled in comparison to her own escapades. Not until she stumbled upon a job seminar recruiting aspiring bounty hunters was her thirst for excitement at long last quenched. To Sophie's horror, Domino not only fell in love with the job but also with her fellow adventurers, who over the years would become her family.
4.
Swimmers (2005)
When the cost of 11-year-old Emma's medical care starts to fracture her struggling family, old wounds and hidden resentments resurface. Meanwhile, her parents desire to provide for her nearly makes her invisible to them.
5.
Our Music (2004) as Music
Part poetry, part journalism, part philosophy, a timeless meditation on war as seen through the prisms of cinema, text and image. Largely set at a literary conference in Sarajevo, the film draws on the conflagration of the Bosnian war, but also draws on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the brutal t
6.
Kedma (2002) as Music
Set seven days before the creation of the state of Israel in May 1948, a small rusted ship, transporting a group of expectant concentration camp survivors from Shoah, approaches a hostile new territory. They are met by British troops, who are shooting at them, and are trying to forbid them from dise
7.
War Photographer (2002) as Music
"Every minute I was there, I wanted to flee. I did not want to see this. Would I cut and run, or would I deal with the responsibility of being there with a camera?" --James Nachtwey. In one of the world's countless crisis areas, surrounded by suffering, death, violence and chaos, photographer James
8.
Mostly Martha (2001) as Music Extracts
An Italian sous-chef arrives to lighten the mood between a headstrong chef and her niece.
9.
Insider, The (1999) as Song Performer ("Two Or Three Things")
The true story of tobacco executive Jeffrey Wigand, who blew the whistle on the tobacco industy, with the help of "60 Minutes" producer, Lowell Bergman.
10.
Ed TV (1999) as Song Producer ("Careful What You Wish For")
An avid tv watcher wins a contest and the following months in his life are chronicled by a camera crew, minute by minute. To begin with, video store clerk Ed welcomes the attention, and the show is saving the cable station that gambled on its success. But gradually, as his family and friends become celebrities too, Ed finds a downside to his fame. He becomes estranged from his brother, encounters the father who left his family years before, and rifts emerge between his mother and her husband.
11.
Insider, The (1999) as Song
The true story of tobacco executive Jeffrey Wigand, who blew the whistle on the tobacco industy, with the help of "60 Minutes" producer, Lowell Bergman.
12.
Set Me Free (1999) as Music
Hanna is an unhappy adolescent in 1960s Quebec. Her mother, who is constantly ill, and her father, a Jewish-Polish immigrant, have a confusing love-hate relationship. Feeling isolated and somehow different from the other girls at her Catholic school, Hanna fixates on the beautiful character of Nana, as played by Anna Karina in Godard's "Vivre sa vie." When she finds that one of her teachers reminds her of the alluring Nana, she becomes fixated on the teacher while adopting the mannerisms and philosophy of the doomed heroine as her home life goes from bad to worse.
13.
187 (1997) as Song Performer
One year after being stabbed by a student, a Brooklyn high school teacher relocates to Los Angeles and returns to the classroom--his nerves frayed and his spirit shaken. He again finds himself in the same world of amorality and violence that he had hoped to leave behind. Challenged by a high school administration fearful of litigation and exposed to teachers suffering from burn-out, he becomes a transformed man and decides to take a heroic stand.
14.
Nous sommes tous encore ici (1997) as Music
Three act film in which part one is a contemporized version of one of Plato's dialogues. Part two is a monologue from philosopher Hannah Arendt. Part three has a long-standing couple indulging in a series of exchanges.
15.
Very Brady Sequel, A (1996) as Song Performer ("Shut Up")
A man impersonating Carol Brady's first husband schemes to get his hands on a priceless family heirloom. Questions then arise about the legality of Mike and Carol's marriage, and the relationship between the Brady brothers and sisters. As Carol is torn between her two "husbands," Mike struggles to hold the family together and Alice cooks more meatloaf.
16.
Very Brady Sequel, A (1996) as Song
A man impersonating Carol Brady's first husband schemes to get his hands on a priceless family heirloom. Questions then arise about the legality of Mike and Carol's marriage, and the relationship between the Brady brothers and sisters. As Carol is torn between her two "husbands," Mike struggles to hold the family together and Alice cooks more meatloaf.
17.
For Ever Mozart (1996) as Music
A meditation on the war in Bosnia and the process of filmmaking. A director is planning a film entitled "The Fatal Bolero", but is having problems casting. He then helps his cousin to stage an Alfred Musset play in Sarajevo, but runs away when the actors leave the play to join the war.
18.
Brady Bunch Movie, The (1995) as Song Performer ("Shut Up")
This film version of the beloved '70s sitcom finds Carol and Mike Brady, their three daughters and three sons, and trusted maid Alice living in an L.A. suburb in 1995. Even though the days of double knits and Astroturf are over, the Bradys are oblivious to the changes around them, and seventies values still reign supreme in their household. Not completely immune to the stress of the '90s, though, they have just one week to come up with $20,000 in back taxes, or lose their home to a scheming neighbor, Mr. Ditmeyer.
19.
Brady Bunch Movie, The (1995) as Song
This film version of the beloved '70s sitcom finds Carol and Mike Brady, their three daughters and three sons, and trusted maid Alice living in an L.A. suburb in 1995. Even though the days of double knits and Astroturf are over, the Bradys are oblivious to the changes around them, and seventies values still reign supreme in their household. Not completely immune to the stress of the '90s, though, they have just one week to come up with $20,000 in back taxes, or lose their home to a scheming neighbor, Mr. Ditmeyer.
20.
Ecological Design: Inventing the Future (1994) as Music
This documentary's thesis focuses on the emergence of ecological design, from the original vision of the independent thinkers in the 1920s to the powerful present-day movement.
21.
Equinox (1992) as Song Performer ("Eos" "Mirage")
A struggling writer with a big secret attempts to intertwine the lives of two drastically different personalities.
22.
Somebody's Daughter (1992)
A Hollywood stripper's activities as a police informant gets her involved in a police scandal and a series of murders.
23.
Father of the Bride (1991) as Song Performer ("I'M Your Man")
A proud father faces wedding planners, florists and caterers as he prepares for his daughter's wedding.
24.
Permeke (1985) as Music

Music (special)

25.
Be Careful What You Ask For (1990) as Theme Song ("Be Careful What You Ask For")
A special in which comedian Ken Ober entertains a studio audience with candid clips of funny situations filmed in response to personal letters from real-life participants.

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